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Owners Manual

HTS Wn Type

Automatic
Transfer Switch

600 through 2600 Amp,


600 Volts

This manual should remain with the unit.


IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

ment. Also read the instructions and information on tags, decals, and labels that may be affixed to the
Read the following information carefully before attempting to install, operate or service this equip-

transfer switch. Replace any decal or label that is no longer legible.

shall be by means of suitable transfer equipment so as to isolate the electric system from utility dis-
DANGER! Connection of a generator to an electrical system normally supplied by an electric utility

tribution system when the generator is operating (Article 701 Legally Required Standby Systems or
Article 702 Optional Standby Systems, as applicable). Failure to isolate electric system by these
means may result in damage to generator and may result in injury or death to utility workers due to
backfeed of electrical energy.

Generac cannot anticipate every possible circumstance that might Four commonly used safety symbols accompany the DANGER,
involve a hazard. The warnings in this manual, and on tags and WARNING and CAUTION blocks. The type of information each
decals affixed to the unit are, therefore, not all-inclusive. If using a indicates follows:
procedure, work method or operating technique the manufacturer
does not specifically recommend, ensure that it is safe for others. This symbol points out important safety informa-
tion that, if not followed, could endanger personal
Also make sure the procedure, work method or operating tech-
nique utilized does not render the transfer switch unsafe. safety and/or property of others.
Throughout this publication, and on tags and decals affixed to the This symbol points out potential explosion hazard.
generator, DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION and NOTE blocks are
used to alert personnel to special instructions about a particular
operation that may be hazardous if performed incorrectly or care- This symbol points out potential fire hazard.
lessly. Observe them carefully. Their definitions are as follows:
This symbol points out potential electrical shock
hazard.
DANGER
After this heading, read instructions that, if not
strictly complied with, will result in serious per- GENERAL HAZARDS
sonal injury, including death, or property damage.
Any AC generator that is used for backup power if a NORMAL
(UTILITY) power source failure occurs, must be isolated from
the NORMAL (UTILITY) power source by means of an approved
After this heading, read instructions that, if not transfer switch. Failure to properly isolate the NORMAL and
strictly complied with, may result in personal injury
STANDBY power sources from each other may result in injury
or property damage.
or death to electric utility workers, due to backfeed of electrical
energy.
Improper or unauthorized installation, operation, service or
After this heading, read instructions that, if not repair of the equipment is extremely dangerous and may result
strictly complied with, could result in damage to in death, serious personal injury, or damage to equipment and/
equipment and/or property. or personal property.
NOTE: Extremely high and dangerous power voltages are present inside
an installed transfer switch. Any contact with high voltage ter-
After this heading, read explanatory statements that require
minals, contacts or wires will result in extremely hazardous,
special emphasis.
and possibly LETHAL, electric shock. DO NOT WORK ON THE
These safety warnings cannot eliminate the hazards that they TRANSFER SWITCH UNTIL ALL POWER VOLTAGE SUPPLIES
indicate. Common sense and strict compliance with the special TO THE SWITCH HAVE BEEN POSITIVELY TURNED OFF.
instructions while performing the service are essential to prevent- Competent, qualified personnel should install, operate and ser-
ing accidents. vice this equipment. Adhere strictly to local, state and national
electrical and building codes. When using this equipment,
comply with regulations the National Electrical Code (NEC),
CSA Standard; C22.1 Canadian Electric Code and Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have established.
Table of Contents

Never handle any kind of electrical device while standing Safety Rules .................................. Inside Front Cover
in water, while barefoot, or while hands or feet are wet.
DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL SHOCK MAY RESULT. Section 1 General Information .............................. 2
Because jewelry conducts electricity, wearing it may cause 1.1 Introduction ................................................................................2
dangerous electrical shock. Remove all jewelry (such as rings, 1.2 Equipment Description................................................................2
watches, bracelets, etc.) before working on this equipment. 1.3 Transient Voltage Surge Suppression ..........................................2
If work must be done on this equipment while standing on metal 1.4 Communications ........................................................................3
or concrete, place insulative mats over a dry wood platform. 1.5 Operation with Loss of Communications.....................................3
Work on this equipment only while standing on such insulative 1.6 Transfer Switch Data Label .........................................................3
mats. 1.7 Transfer Switch Enclosure ..........................................................3
Never work on this equipment while physically or mentally 1.8 Safe Use Of Transfer Switch .......................................................3
fatigued.
Keep the transfer switch enclosure door closed and bolted at all Section 2 Installation ............................................. 4
times. Only qualified personnel should be permitted access to 2.1 Introduction to Installation ..........................................................4
the switch interior. 2.2 Unpacking ..................................................................................4
2.3 Mounting ....................................................................................4
In case of an accident caused by electric shock, immediately 2.4 Connecting Power Source and Load Lines ..................................4
shut down the source of electrical power. If this is not possible, 2.5 Connecting Controller Communication Wires ..............................5
attempt to free the victim from the live conductor but AVOID 2.6 Setting DIP Switches ..................................................................5
DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE VICTIM. Use a nonconducting 2.7 Programming .............................................................................6
implement, such as a rope or board, to free the victim from the 2.8 Auxiliary Contacts ......................................................................6
live conductor. If the victim is unconscious, apply first aid and
get immediate medical help. Section 3 Operation............................................... 7
When an automatic transfer switch is installed for a standby 3.1 Functional Tests & Adjustments ..................................................7
generator set, the generator engine may crank and start at 3.2 Manual Operation .......................................................................7
any time without warning. To avoid possible injury that might 3.3 Voltage Checks ..........................................................................8
be caused by such sudden start-ups, the systems automatic 3.4 Electrical Operation.....................................................................9
start circuit must be disabled before working on or around 3.5 Transfer Mechanism ...................................................................9
the generator or transfer switch. For that purpose, a SAFETY 3.6 Transfer Mechanism Operation ...................................................9
DISCONNECT is provided inside the transfer switch. Always 3.7 Switches and Indicators .............................................................9
set that switch to its MANUAL position before working on the 3.8 Sequence of Operation .............................................................10
equipment. Then place a DO NOT OPERATE tag on the trans- 3.9 Transfer Switch Options............................................................12
fer switch and on the generator.
Section 4 Maintenance.......................................... 13
4.1 Operate Transfer Switch ...........................................................13
4.2 Clean and Inspect Transfer Switch ............................................13
4.3 Lubrication ...............................................................................13
4.4 Main Current Carrying Contacts................................................13
4.5 Batteries ...................................................................................13

Section 5 Notes ..................................................... 14

Section 6 Mounting Dimensions .......................... 16

Section 7 Wiring Diagrams & Electrical


Schematics ........................................... 28

Section 8 Exploded Views & Parts Lists .............. 36

Section 9 Warranty ................................. Back Cover

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Section 1 General Information
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

1.1 INTRODUCTION The TVSS is made up of multiple solid state Metal Oxide Varistors
(MOV) connected in parallel for each mode of protection. These
This manual has been prepared especially for the purpose of famil-
iarizing personnel with the design, application, installation, opera- devices are equipped with integrated short circuit and individual
tion and servicing of the applicable equipment. Read the manual component level fusing. They are self-resetting and fully auto-
carefully and comply with all instructions. This will help to prevent matic.
accidents or damage to equipment that might otherwise be caused
by carelessness, incorrect application, or improper procedures. 1.3.1 MODES OF PROTECTION
Every effort has been expended to make sure that the contents The TVSS provides protection on all modes:
of this manual are both accurate and current. The manufacturer
Single-phase (6) - L-L, L-N, L-N, L-G, L-G and N-G.
reserves the right to change, alter or otherwise improve the prod-
uct at any time without prior notice. Three-phase (10) - L-L, L-L, L-L, L-N, L-N, L-N,
L-G, L-G, L-G and N-G.
1.2 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION 1.3.2 RATINGS
The commercial transfer switch range (HTS) is designed to oper-
ate in conjunction with the Power Manager Gxxx and Hxxx series Surge Capacity: 88 kA per mode.
of Generator controllers. The transfer switch has a simple 2-wire
communications link to the Generator controller and can thus be 1.3.3 CERTIFICATION
mounted remote from the Generator. The TVSS is UL recognized to the requirements of UL 1449 2nd
Utility voltage is monitored by the HTS and fed back to the engine edition.
generator control panel for comparison against setpoints, used to
determine if the Utility voltage is "good". 1.3.4 TVSS DISCONNECT
Operation of the switch is instigated by the generator control Each TVSS is provided with a disconnect. The disconnect is a 30
panel, however, all aspects of TDN timing or inphase transfer are amp circuit breaker, 2-pole for single-phase and 3-pole for three-
handled locally at the HTS. The HTS monitors a single phase of the phase. This is to allow replacement of the TVSS module without
Generator voltage in order to perform inphase transfers. interruption of the electrical supply to the load.
All timers and voltage setpoints are programmable in the G/H
control panel. Some of the decisions are made by the HTS itself DANGER
so the appropriate parameters are passed to the HTS via the com-
munication link. If the communication link were to break, the HTS
will still function. It will monitor the Utility and Generator voltages REPLACEMENT OF THE TVSS MODULE WHILE
THE ATS IS ENERGIZED SHOULD ONLY BE
and make the transfer determination itself, rather than being com- PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
manded by the generator control panel. It will either use the last
parameters sent, or, if no parameters were ever sent (communica-
tions were never established), it will take its settings from onboard
DIP Switches and a set of resident parameters.
The automatic transfer switch is used for transferring critical elec-
BE SURE TO TURN ON TVSS DISCONNECT
CIRCUIT BREAKER WHEN THE PROCEDURE IS
trical load from a NORMAL (UTILITY) power source to a STANDBY COMPLETE. IF THE CIRCUIT BREAKER IS NOT
(EMERGENCY) power source. Such a transfer of electrical loads TURNED ON THE TVSS MODULE WILL NOT
occurs automatically when the NORMAL power source has failed PROVIDE ANY SURGE PROTECTION FOR THE
or is substantially reduced and the STANDBY source voltage and CUSTOMER LOAD.
frequency have reached an acceptable level. The transfer switch
prevents electrical feedback between two different power sources 1.3.5 STATUS INDICATORS
(such as the NORMAL and STANDBY sources) and, for that rea-
son, codes require it in all standby electric system installations. Each TVSS module has comprehensive, solid state, continual
visual status monitoring of each protection mode present. There
are two LEDs provided, located on the cover of the module. The
1.3 TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SURGE GREEN LED (left side) is used to indicate that the TVSS module is
energized and in working order. The RED LED (right side) will turn
SUPPRESSION on in the event the suppressor capability is exceeded or if there is
The Transient Voltage Surge Suppression (TVSS) is provided to an internal safety component activating.
protect the load from electrical surges and/or transient voltage
spikes. This device is physically located on the side wall of the When the power is first applied, the unit does a brief internal diag-
enclosure. It is electrically connected to the load side of the trans- nostic test. During this test, the RED LED will illuminate briefly, go
fer switch. A 30 amp circuit breaker is provided to disconnect the off and then the GREEN LED will illuminate.
TVSS from the transfer switch for maintenance or replacement.

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Section 1 General Information
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

For the power source to be available, the associated service dis-


connect circuit breaker must be ON, the associated TVSS discon-
1.5 OPERATION WITH LOSS OF
nect circuit breaker must be ON and the associated source must COMMUNICATIONS
be present. Local control means that if the generator is running and there is no
utility, the switch will then transfer to the generator. If utility returns,
The LED status indicators can be viewed directly on the TVSS
the switch will transfer back to utility. The generator will not start or
module with the enclosure door open.
stop automatically as it cannot communicate with the switch and
does not know utility is missing. It will have to be manually started
1.3.6 REMOTE ALARM CONTACTS and stopped (with the keyswitch set in the manual position).
Each TVSS module is equipped with a set of alarm contacts to
indicate the TVSS module protection status, to a external alarm.
This is available as a full set of dry relay contacts (C, NO, NC).
1.6 TRANSFER SWITCH DATA
The contact ratings are; 3A, 250Vdc or 230Vac maximum. The LABEL
contacts are wired to a three position terminal strip for customer A Data LABEL is permanently affixed to the transfer switch enclo-
connection. sure. Use this transfer switch only with the specific limits shown
If the contacts change state, it indicates either a power failure to on the DATA LABEL and on other decals and labels that may be
the TVSS module or a failure of the TVSS module. affixed to the switch. This will prevent damage to equipment and
property.
When requesting information or ordering parts for this equipment,
1.4 COMMUNICATIONS make sure to include all information from the DATA LABEL.
The HTS acts as a Modbus slave on the communications network.
For the "H" series of generator controllers, Port 1 should be used Record the Model and Serial numbers in the space provided for
for a connection. On the "G" series of controllers, Port 0 should be future reference.
used. The base Modbus address for the transfer switch is set at
240 but can be modified using dip switches DIP1 - switches 7 and
8. Unless there are two transfer switches on the network, these
MODEL #
switches can be left in the OFF position.
Communications parameters on the Power Manager should be SERIAL #
set to:
Modbus Master Port
4800 Baud 1.7 TRANSFER SWITCH
No parity, 2 stop bits ENCLOSURE
The Network uses Modbus RTU protocol. Communications are The standard switch enclosure is a National Electrical Manufacturers
sent at a one second rate. If no Good messages are received Association (NEMA) 12 type. NEMA 12 type enclosures primarily
within 20 seconds, the communications link is determined to be provide protection against contact with the enclosed equipment
bad and the switch controller will revert to local control. If the link and provide a degree of protection against dust, falling dirt, and
re-establishes itself the remote control from the H-panel restarts dripping non-corrosive liquids. NEMA 12 type enclosures are for
(Figure 1.1). indoor use only.

Figure 1.1 - Typical Communication Network 1.8 SAFE USE OF TRANSFER


GenLink SWITCH
via PC Before installing, operating or servicing this equipment, read the
SAFETY RULES (inside front cover) carefully. Comply strictly
with all SAFETY RULES to prevent accidents and/or damage to
the equipment. The manufacturer recommends that a copy of the
H/G Panel
(Master) SAFETY RULES be posted near the transfer switch. Also, be sure
to read all instructions and information found on tags, labels and
PORT 1 (H) or 0 (G)
decals affixed to the equipment.
The publications that outline the safe use of transfer switches are
RS485
the following:
NFPA 70; National Electrical Code
Remote H Transfer NFPA 70E; Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
Annunciator Switch
(Slave) (Slave) UL 1008, STANDARD FOR SAFETY-AUTOMATIC TRANSFER
SWITCHES
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Section 2 Installation
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

NOTE: 2.4 CONNECTING POWER SOURCE


It is essential to use the latest version of any standard to ensure
correct and current information.
AND LOAD LINES
DANGER
2.1 INTRODUCTION TO
INSTALLATION Make sure to turn OFF both the NORMAL
(UTILITY) and STANDBY (EMERGENCY) power
This equipment has been wired and tested at the factory. Installing
the switch includes the following procedures: supplies before trying to connect power source
and load lines to the transfer switch. Supply
Mounting the enclosure. voltages are extremely high and dangerous.
Connecting power source and load leads. Contact with such high voltage power supply
Connecting the generator communication circuit. lines causes extremely hazardous, possibly
Setting DIP switches on ATS controller. lethal, electrical shock.
Programming Gxxx or Hxxx control on engine generator. Wiring diagrams and electrical schematics are provided in this
Installing/connecting any options and accessories. manual. Power source and load connections are made at a transfer
Testing functions. mechanism, inside the switch enclosure.

2.2 UNPACKING 2.4.1 TRANSFER MECHANISMS


Carefully unpack the transfer switch. Inspect closely for any dam- The transfer mechanism may be either a 2-pole, 3-pole, or 4-pole
age that might have occurred during shipment. The purchaser type (Figure 2.1). The switch enclosure may include a NEUTRAL
must file with the carrier any claims for loss or damage incurred BLOCK for connection of the NEUTRAL line. Connect power source
while in transit. and load leads to transfer mechanism terminal lugs as follows:
Check that all packing material is completely removed from the LOAD Leads: Connect to terminals T1, T2, T3, etc.
switch prior to installation. NORMAL (UTILITY) Source Leads: To terminals N1, N2, N3,
Attach any lifting device to the transfer switch mounting holes or etc.
brackets only. DO NOT LIFT THE SWITCH AT ANY OTHER POINT. STANDBY (EMERGENCY) Source Leads: Connect to transfer
mechanism terminal lugs E1, E2, E3, etc.
2.3 MOUNTING Figure 2.1 Transfer Mechanism
Mounting dimensions for the transfer switch enclosure are in this
manual. Enclosures are typically floor standing and mounted to
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the wall. Components are generally mounted in a standard NEMA
12-type enclosure. A NEMA 3R, is also available. See TRANSFER
SWITCH OPTIONS section.

A
ON
UTILITY

Handle transfer switches carefully when install-


ing. Do not drop the switch. Protect the switch
against impact at all times, and against con- TRANSFER SWITCH
RATED CURRENT

struction grit and metal chips. Never install a


400 AMP
RATED VOLTAGE
480 VAC UL
600 VAC CSA

transfer switch that has been damaged. XXXXXX

Install the transfer switch as close as possible to the electrical 64796

B
loads that are to be connected to it. Stand the enclosure on a flat OFF
STANDBY

surface. If the surface is not flat, it will be necessary to add shims


to make the enclosure level. Mount to a wall or support structure
A1 A2 B1 B2 AT1 AT2 BT1 BT2

for vertical stability. To prevent switch distortion, level all mounting


points. If necessary, use washers behind mounting holes to level
the unit.
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Section 2 Installation
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

NOTE: 2.6.1 DIP SWITCH 1


Unless otherwise specified, a NEUTRAL block is not supplied
with the transfer switch on single phase, 3-pole units where the Voltage Codes
NEUTRAL line is to be switched during transfer action. Similarly, THREE PHASE DIP SWITCH SELECTED
a NEUTRAL block is not supplied on 3-phase, 4-pole units where Code Dip1_3 2 1
the NEUTRAL line is to be switched during transfer.
0 = 480 Vac 000
Solderless, screw-type terminal lugs are standard. Conductor
sizes must be adequate to handle the maximum current to which 1 = 600 Vac 001
they will be subjected. The installation must comply fully with all 2 = 415 Vac 010
applicable codes, standards and regulations. 3 = 240 Vac 011
Before connecting wiring cables to terminals, remove any surface 4 = 220 Vac 100
oxides from the cable ends with wire brush. If ALUMINUM conduc- 5 = 208 Vac 101
tors are used, apply joint compound. Tighten terminal lugs to the
torque values in the following chart. 6 = 480 Vac (spare) 110
7 = 480 Vac (spare) 111
SWITCH RATING WIRE SIZE TORQUE RATING
All voltages listed, are Line - Line and all three phases are
600 AMP 500MCM-1/0 375 INCH-LBS checked.
800/1000 AMP 500MCM-1/0 375 INCH-LBS SINGLE PHASE DIP SWITCH SELECTED
1200/2600 AMP 750MCM-1/0 500 INCH-LBS Code Dip1 3 2 1
All power cables should enter the switch next to transfer mecha- 0 = xxx vac 000
nism terminals. Standard terminal lugs on the transfer mechanism 1 = xxx vac 001
are solderless, screw-type.
2 = xxx vac 010
Be sure to maintain proper electrical clearance between live metal 3 = 240 vac 011
parts and grounded metal. Allow at least one inch for circuits over
400 amps. 4 = 220 vac 1 0 0 (usually 50Hz)
5 = xxx vac 101
2.5 CONNECTING CONTROLLER 6 = xxx vac 110
7 = xxx vac 111
COMMUNICATION WIRES
Use shielded 2-wire communications cable (such as Belden All voltages are expressed as line - line, but checked as line - neu-
#9460) to make the communications line connection from the tral, line - neutral and line - line.
HTS transfer switch to the engine generator connection panel. As of the V1.8 software release, there will only be one PCB for all
This cable is to be routed in a separate conduit between the HTS voltage codes.
transfer switch and the engine generator. The cable is to be con-
nected as follows: TDN/INPHASE - Dip1- switch 4: Set this switch to ON to select
TDN type transfers.
HTS transfer switch - 4 position terminal block, in the bottom of CTTS/OTTS - Dip1 - switch 5: Set this switch to OFF for a OTTS
the transfer switch enclosure (labeled "comm. Ports"). type transfer switch.
Engine generator - terminal strip in connection panel that houses THREE PHASE - Dip1 - switch 6: Set this switch to ON for 3
the circuit breaker. Do not connect the shield at this end. phase wiring. Set this switch to OFF for single-phase wiring.
MODBUS ADDRESS - Dip1- switches 7,8: The base Modbus
address for the transfer switch is set at 240. The transfer switch
2.6 SETTING DIP SWITCHES will NOT respond to the universal address 250. By changing the
The dip switches, in the HTS, are read once, only at power up. If address dip switches, the full range of available addresses for
the communications to the Power Manager or the engine controller transfer switches is:
are working, it will overwrite the dip switch settings. In this way
GenLink DCP
there are no conflicts and also the transfer switch will use the latest
settings even if the communications fail. Modbus address Dip1 - 8 7 Switch Number
240 0 0 1
241 0 1 2
242 1 0 3
243 1 1 4

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Section 2 Installation
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

2.6.2 DIP SWITCH 2 2.8 AUXILIARY CONTACTS


60/50 Hz - Dip2 - switch 1: Set this switch to ON for a 60Hz It is possible to add Auxiliary Contacts on the transfer switch to
system. This setting is only used if the communications fail. operate customer accessories, remote advisory lights, or remote
Normally it will be overridden by the target frequency setting in annunciator devices. It is necessary to change the single pole limit
the G/H panel. The Generator and Utility must be within 1Hz of switch to a double pole device. Reconnect 0A, 147 and 148 to like
this nominal frequency for an inphase transfer to take place. terminals on the double limit switch. A suitable power source must
be connected to the COMMON (C) terminal (Figure 2.3).
2.6.3 SWITCHES 2 TO 6 Contact operation is shown in the following chart:
These switches no longer have any function.
Switch Position

2.6.4 SWITCHES 7 AND 8 Utility Standby

These switches select the communications baud rate, they are for Common to Normally Open Closed Open
future development and should currently both be set to off (4800 Common to Normally Closed Open Closed
baud).
Baud Rate Dip 8 7 NOTE:
4800 00 Auxiliary Contacts are rated 10 amps at 125 or 250 volts AC.
DO NOT EXCEED THE RATED VOLTAGE AND CURRENT OF THE
9600 01 CONTACTS.
38400 1 0 (V1.8)
57600 1 1 (V1.8) Figure 2.3 Auxiliary Contact Diagram

2.6.5 SYNCHRONIZATION LIMITS


Synch requirements are:
Generator frequency within 1Hz of nominal
Voltage within User Programmed limits
Absolute Voltage difference within +/- 6V
Generator/Utility Frequency difference within + 0.2/- 0.0 Hz
Phase difference within - 7 / +0 degrees
(i.e. Generator voltage is earlier than Utility and catching up, this
gives some compensation for the transfer switch closing delay).

2.6.6 VOLTAGE LIMITS


Determination of good Utility is done by the H or G controller
against user programmable limits. If the communication link to the
transfer switch breaks down, the following criteria are used for a
local determination.
Dropout any phase outside - 70 to +130 % of nominal (not
the average voltage)
Pickup all phases > +75 % of nominal

2.7 PROGRAMMING
The HTS transfer switch is controlled by the G/H control panel on
the engine generator. The timer, voltage pickup, dropout and exer-
cise settings are programmed into the G/H control panel. Please
refer to the G/H control panel manual for details on programming
the HTS transfer switch controls.

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Section 3 Operation
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

3.1 FUNCTIONAL TESTS AND A manual HANDLE is shipped with the transfer switch. Manual
operation must be checked BEFORE the transfer switch is operated
ADJUSTMENTS electrically. To check manual operation, proceed as follows:
Following transfer switch installation and interconnection, inspect
1. In the transfer switch enclosure, set the Maintenance
the entire installation carefully. A competent, qualified electrician
Disconnect switch to MANUAL. This prevents the generator
should inspect it. The installation should comply strictly with all
from starting automatically as soon as the UTILITY power
applicable codes, standards, and regulations. When absolutely
source is turn OFF.
certain the installation is proper and correct, complete a functional
test of the system. Perform functional tests in the exact order pre- 2. If so equipped, turn the generators AUTO/OFF/ MANUAL
sented in this manual, or the switch could be damaged. switch to OFF.
3. Turn OFF both NORMAL and STANDBY power supplies to the
IMPORTANT: Before proceeding with functional tests, read and transfer switch, with whatever means provided (such as the
make sure all instructions and information in this section are main line circuit breaker(s)).
understood. Also read the information and instructions of labels 4. Note position of transfer mechanism main contacts by
and decals affixed to the switch. Note any options or accessories observing display windows in A and B in Figure 3.1 as
that might be installed and review their operation. follows:
Window A ON, Window B OFF - LOAD terminals (T1, T2,
3.2 MANUAL OPERATION T3) are connected to NORMAL terminals (N1, N2, N3).
Window A OFF, Window B ON - LOAD terminals (T1, T2,
T3) are connected to STANDBY terminals (E1, E2, E3).
DANGER

Do NOT manually transfer under load.


Disconnect transfer switch from all power sourc-
es by approved means, such as a main circuit Do not use excessive force when operating the
transfer switch manually or the manual handle
breaker(s).
could be damaged.

Figure 3.1 Actuating Transfer Switch

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Section 3 Operation
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

3.2.1 CLOSE TO NORMAL SOURCE SIDE Perform voltage checks as follows:


Before proceeding, verify the position of the switch by observing 1. Inside the transfer switch enclosure, set the Maintenance
window A in Figure 3.1. If window A reads ON, proceed with Disconnect switch to MANUAL.
Step 1, and if it reads OFF, proceed with Step 2. 2. If generator is so equipped, set the AUTO-OFF-MANUAL
Step 1: With the handle attached to the actuating shaft, move switch to OFF.
handle in the direction of the arrow on the switch cover 3. Check that the word ON is visible in Window A, the word
until it stops DO NOT FORCE. Release handle slowly OFF in Window B. See MANUAL OPERATION for location
to allow the spring in the switch box to relax. OFF now of A and B windows.
appears in Window A and ON appears in Window IMPORTANT: DO NOT PROCEED UNTIL STEPS 1, 2, AND 3 HAVE
B. (Proceed with Step 2).
BEEN COMPLETED.
Step 2: With the handle attached to the actuating shaft, move
handle in the direction of the arrow on the switch cover
until it stops DO NOT FORCE. Release handle slowly
to allow the spring in the switch box to relax. ON now
appears in Window A and OFF appears in Window Before proceeding to voltage checks, manu-
ally connect the load to NORMAL power supply.
B. (Proceed with B: Close to STANDBY Source Side).
Window A must indicate ON, Window B must
indicate OFF before proceeding.
3.2.2 CLOSE TO STANDBY SOURCE SIDE
4. Locate the battery disconnect connector on the outside of the
Before proceeding, ensure that the previous 3.2.1, Step 2 Close transfer switch controller. Plug the two connectors together.
to NORMAL Source Side is completed. See Figure 3.1. This will
ensure that Window B on the switch reads OFF. With the NOTE:
handle attached to the actuating shaft, move the handle in the If BOTH UTILITY and GENERATOR sources are unavailable for
direction of the arrow on the switch cover until it stops - DO NOT more than 24 hours, disconnect battery by unplugging battery
FORCE. Release handle slowly to allow the spring in the switch disconnect leads.
box to relax. OFF now appears in Window A and ON appears
in Window B. 5. Turn ON the NORMAL (UTILITY) power supply to the transfer
switch, with whatever means provided (such as the main line
circuit breaker).
3.2.3 RETURN TO NORMAL SOURCE SIDE
Manually actuate switch to return Window A to the ON posi- DANGER
tion.
The transfer switch is now electrically hot.
3.3 VOLTAGE CHECKS Proceed with caution.
6. With UTILITY voltage available to the transfer switch, check
that the SWITCH - POSITION UTILITY LED on the enclosure
DANGER door is ON. If the SWITCH - POSITION UTILITY LED is OFF,
turn off the utility power supply to the transfer switch by what-
Disconnect all loads from the transfer switch
until all voltage checks and phase rotation ever means provided (such as the main line circuit breaker),
checks have been completed to prevent pos- then proceed back to Step 1 of VOLTAGE CHECKS.
sible injury to personnel and, or damage to 7. On the enclosure door, check that the UTILITY AVAILABLE
equipment. LED is ON.
8. With an accurate AC voltmeter, check the phase-to-phase (line-
For safety, set the Maintenance Disconnect
switch (inside transfer switch enclosure) to its
to-line) and phase-to-neutral (line-to-neutral) voltages present
at transfer mechanism terminals N1, N2, N3 and neutral.
MANUAL position before proceeding with volt- SUPPLIED VOLTAGES MUST BE FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH
age checks. TRANSFER SWITCH RATED VOLTAGE.
Before proceeding, check the transfer switch
data label for switch rated voltage. Make DANGER
sure the data label voltage is compatible with
NORMAL and STANDBY power source voltages. Ensure that the phase rotation of NORMAL
(UTILITY) power lines and transfer switch load
Proceed with caution. Do not touch electrically
hot terminals, wires, etc. During the voltage
power lines are compatible.
checks, the transfer switch is electrically ener- 9. Refer to the standby generator instruction manual. Make sure
gized. the generator engine has been properly serviced and prepared
for use, as outlined in that manual. Then start the generator
engine manually. Let the engine stabilize and warm up for a
few minutes.
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HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

10. Turn ON the STANDBY (EMERGENCY) power supply to the 6. Press the TEST button again to initiate the retransfer
transfer switch by whatever means provided (such as the sequence. The customer LOAD will be transferred back to the
main line circuit breaker). UTILITY power source, using the preset times. The generator
11. With the generator running, check that the STANDBY - will shut down once the engine cool down timer has expired.
OPERATING LED on the switch enclosure door is ON.
12. With an accurate AC voltmeter, check phase-to phase (line- 3.5 TRANSFER MECHANISM
to-line) and phase-to neutral (line-to neutral) voltages present The transfer mechanism houses the main, current carrying con-
at transfer mechanism terminals E1, E2 and E3. Also check tacts, along with other mechanical and electrical components,
AC frequency at those terminals. Generator AC output voltage required for operating the switch. The main contacts are electri-
and frequency must be compatible with transfer switch rated cally operated and mechanically latched in place.
voltage and frequency.
Power for the closing, selective and trip coil is taken from the
source of supply that the Customer Load is being transferred to.
DANGER Therefore, transfer to any power source cannot occur unless that
power source is available to the switch.
Ensure that the phase rotation of STANDBY
(GENERATOR) power lines and transfer switch Customer Load contacts are bolted to an insulated plastic pole
NORMAL (UTILITY) and load power lines are piece and are stationary. The UTILITY (NORMAL) and GENERATOR
compatible. (EMERGENCY) contacts are moveable.
13. If supplied voltage or frequency is incorrect, refer to standby
generator Owners Manual. If AC frequency is incorrect,
adjust engine governed speed. If voltage is incorrect, adjust 3.6 TRANSFER MECHANISM
generators voltage regulator or correct the problem. OPERATION
14. When supplied voltage and frequency is correct, shut down There are three (3) coils inside a "WN" switch that are used in
the engine manually. transferring power to the respective load;
Closing Coil - When energized, closes the main contacts on
DANGER Utility or Generator side, depending on if the select coil is
energized or not.
Supplied voltages from both NORMAL (UTILITY)
and STANDBY (EMERGENCY) power sources Select Coil - When energized, the mechanism is configured to
must be compatible with transfer switch rated close the Generator supply contacts when the closing coil is
voltage before proceeding. energized.
15. Connect the transfer switch load to the transfer switch when Trip Coil - When energized, the main contact latch is released
voltage checks section has been completed. Connect the and the contacts move to the open position by spring tension.
load to the transfer switch by whatever means provided (such All 3 solenoids are only energized momentarily.
as circuit breaker(s)), then proceed with the ELECTRICAL Refer to the diagnostic repair manual 079247, section 9.6 for
OPERATION section. complete operational analysis.

3.4 ELECTRICAL OPERATION 3.7 SWITCHES AND INDICATORS


Test transfer system electrical operation as follows:
This section will familiarize the reader with switches and indicators
1. On the enclosure door, check that the UTILITY AVAILABLE on the membrane switch panel mounted on the enclosure door,
LED is ON. as well as the Maintenance Disconnect switch inside the switch
2. On the enclosure door, check that the SWITCH POSITION- enclosure. See Figure 3.2.
UTILITY LED is ON.
Figure 3.2 OTTS Switch

The UTILITY AVAILABLE LED and the SWITCH


POSITION-UTILITY LED (on enclosure door)
must both be ON before proceeding to Step 3.
3. Refer to the appropriate owners manual. Be sure the standby
generator is prepared for automatic operation.
4. In the switch enclosure, set the Maintenance Disconnect
switch to AUTOMATIC.
5. Press the TEST button on the enclosure door. Generator
startup and transfer to the STANDBY power source should
occur. Refer to the Sequence of Operation section.
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Section 3 Operation
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

3.7.1 SYSTEM READY LED 3.7.6 FAST TEST BUTTON


The "System Ready LED" is lit if the Gxxx or Hxxx panel is in Auto, The Fast Test button will only operate if the communications link
there are no transfer errors (excluding comm's error or fail to is active. Pressing the button will cause the Generator controller to
synch), and the Maintenance Disconnect Switch is in AUTO. If the command a transfer to STANDBY using all the standard settings
comm's are bad then the system ready light will flash but the sys- but with reduced time delays. Specifically the following timers are
tem will still function with local control. Under all circumstances, if reduced to 1 second:
the Generator is not in the AUTO position, the switch controller will Line Interrupt Delay timer
locally close the switch to Utility power if it is available. Engine Warmup timer
Engine Minimum Run timer
3.7.2 STANDBY OPERATING LED Engine Cooldown timer
This LED will light when the Generator is running. This is deter- Return to Utility timer
mined by the Generator frequency being between 20 and 80 Hz. NOT affected are:
This LED will flash along with the Utility Available LED to indicate Signal Before Transfer timer
a "fail to sync" condition. Time Delay Neutral timer
The unit will initiate a transfer back to Utility after 5 seconds of the
3.7.3 SWITCH POSITION LED'S transfer mechanism in the Standby position.
The transfer switch position is monitored by two auxiliary contacts
mounted on the transfer switch mechanism. These LED's display 3.7.7 RETURN TO NORMAL SWITCH
the position of the main contacts.
This switch will abort the Return to Utility timer and cause the
If there is a transfer switch error (fail to close or open) the appro- system to return to Utility operation (assuming the Utility source is
priate Led will flash. In the case of an OTTS switch, both LED's good). It will not operate if the Communications link is bad.
will flash.
3.7.8 MAINTENANCE DISCONNECT SWITCH (AUTO/
3.7.4 UTILITY AVAILABLE LED MANUAL)
This LED indicates that Utility voltage is present but does not In the Manual position, the transfer switch is physically isolated
indicate that it is within the tolerances set by the H panel (as this from the signals that tell it to operate, the transfer mechanism will
is determined in the H panel). It does indicate that Utility voltage is not change state in the Manual position. This position should be
within 70-130% of nominal. used when manually operating the transfer switch mechanism. In
This led will flash along with the standby operating led to indicate the Auto position, the transfer switch is operated by the switch
a "fail to sync" condition. controller. For automatic operation the switch should be left in the
Auto position.
3.7.5 TEST SWITCH AND CURTAILMENT INPUT
The Test switch will only operate if the communications link is 3.8 SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
active, also the generator must be stopped, i.e., not in minimum When acceptable Utility source voltage is available, the Maintenance
run or cooldown. Disconnect switch is in AUTO and the communication link to the
generator is good, observe the following:
Pressing the switch will cause the generator controller to com-
mand a transfer to standby using all the pre-programmed timers Utility Available LED, on front of door, is ON.
and settings. The unit will transfer back to utility after the switch is Utility Switch Position LED, on front of door, is ON.
pressed again and the "return to utility" timer expires. Pressing the System Ready LED, on front of door, is ON.
"return to normal" switch will force this timer to expire and the unit
to return to the utility position. The switch can also be "mimicked" 3.8.1 SEQUENCE 1 - UTILITY VOLTAGE DROPOUT
via a digital input on (J1-17) for curtailment. The pin needs to be
cycled to start the test and also cycled to stop the test. Utility Voltage goes outside of the value set in the generator
control panel (range is 5-25 Vrms of nominal voltage, factory
default setting is +/- 25 Vrms). If the communication link is not
good the ATS controller will take control and the range is 70 to
130% of the nominal voltage selected with a 5 second utility
loss timer and a 30 second utility return timer.
Voltage dropout triggers sequence 2.

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Section 3 Operation
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

3.8.2 SEQUENCE 2 - LINE INTERRUPT DELAY 3.8.6 SEQUENCE 6 - UTILITY VOLTAGE PICKUP
Line interrupt Delay can be set between 0 and 60 seconds. The ATS controller continues to monitor the Utility source volt-
Factory default setting is 2 seconds. age. When the Utility voltage is above the voltage dropout set-
If voltage dropout lasts longer than the Line Interrupt Delay set- ting plus the hysteresis value, sequence 7 will be initiated.
ting, the generator start sequence will start.
Once the Generator voltage reaches Load Accept Voltage and 3.8.7 SEQUENCE 7 - RETURN TO UTILITY TIMER
Load Accept Frequency this will trigger Sequence 3. Return to Utility timer starts. The Utility source voltage must
stay above the pickup level. If the Utility voltage falls below the
3.8.3 SEQUENCE 3 - ENGINE MINIMUM RUN AND pickup value, the Return to Utility timer is reset. The Return to
ENGINE WARMUP TIMERS Utility timer can be set from 1 to 30 minutes. Factory default
setting is 1 minute.
Engine Minimum Run timer starts. The Engine Minimum Run
timer can be set from 5 to 30 minutes. Factory default setting The expiration of the Return to Utility timer triggers sequence
is 5 minutes. 8.
Engine Warmup timer starts. The Engine Warmup timer can
be set from 0 to 1,200 seconds. Factory default setting varies
3.8.8 SEQUENCE 8 - SIGNAL BEFORE TRANSFER
depending on the engine used. Signal Before Transfer timer starts. The Signal Before Transfer
Standby Operating LED, on front of door, is ON. relay is energized for the duration of the timer. The Signal Before
The expiration of the Engine Warmup timer triggers sequence Transfer timer can be set from 0 to 30 seconds. Factory default
4. setting is 2 seconds.
The expiration of the Signal Before Transfer timer triggers
3.8.4 SEQUENCE 4 - SIGNAL BEFORE TRANSFER sequence 9.
Signal Before Transfer timer does not operate in a Utility Fail 3.8.9 SEQUENCE 9 - ATS TRANSFER TO UTILITY
sequence.
Sequence 5 starts immediately. POSITION
ATS transfer mechanism operates to connect the Customer
3.8.5 SEQUENCE 5 - ATS TRANSFER TO GENERATOR Load to the Utility supply. Customer Load will be supplied from
POSITION the Utility.
The connection of the Customer Load to the Utility source trig-
ATS transfer mechanism operates to connect the Customer gers sequence 10.
Load to the Generator supply. Customer Load will be supplied Utility Switch Position LED, on front of door, is ON.
from the Generator until sequence 6 is initiated.
Generator Switch Position LED, on front of door, is ON.

Summary of Parameters
Parameter Range Default value
Utility voltage deviation 0 - 25 Vrms +/- 25 Vrms
Line Interrupt delay 0 - 60 seconds 2 seconds
Minimum Run timer 5 - 30 minutes 5 minutes
Engine warmup timer 0 - 1,200 seconds Engine dependent
Load Accept Voltage 85 - 95% of nominal 90% of nominal
Load Accept Frequency 85 - 95% of nominal 95% of nominal
Signal Before Transfer timer 0 - 30 seconds 2 seconds
Time Delay Neutral timer 0 - 10 seconds 2 seconds
Utility Voltage Hysteresis 2 - 25 Vrms 10 Vrms
Return to Utility timer 1 - 30 minutes 1 minute
Engine Cooldown timer 0 - 1,200 seconds Engine dependent

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Section 3 Operation
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

3.8.10 SEQUENCE 10 - ENGINE COOLDOWN TIMER NOTE:


Engine Cooldown timer starts The Engine Cooldown timer can This delay is not active on a Normal source failure. Transfer
be set from 0 to 1,200 seconds. Factory default setting varies during Normal source failure is immediate.
depending on the engine used. NOTE:
The engine generator will shutdown when the Engine Cooldown
timer and the Engine Minimum Run timer expires. The Signal Before Transfer feature provides a time delay
that allows elevators to continue operating before transfer to
NOTE:
another power supply occurs.
At the conclusion of sequence 10 the system is armed and
ready for the next Utility failure or exercise sequence.
3.9.2 INSTRUMENT PACKAGE
This option is used to measure the Utility source current that is
3.9 TRANSFER SWITCH OPTIONS coming to the transfer switch. The instrument package includes
The transfer switch may be equipped with one or more of the fol- a terminal strip used to connect the current transformers and
lowing options: associated wiring. The HTS controller takes in the current signals
Instrument Package, 3.11.2 and passes them on to the Hxxx or Gxxx panel for display on a PC
Signal Before Transfer, 3.11.1 through GenLink-DCP.
NEMA 3R, 4, 4X or 12 enclosure Route the Utility Supply cables through the center of the current
transformers. Connect the signal wires of the current transformers
3.9.1 SIGNAL BEFORE TRANSFER to terminal strip (TB1-1). See Figure 3.8 for three-phase connec-
tion details. See Figure 3.9 for single-phase connection details.
The Signal Before Transfer option includes a signal relay, customer
connection terminal strip and the associated wiring. See Figure
3.3. Figure 3.8 Connect Signal Wires
(Three-phase)
Figure 3.3 Signal Before Transfer

PH "C"
PH "A"

PH "B"
P/N 0F5039

TB1

PH "A" NOTE: WHITE DOT ON CT


(WHT) WHT
PH "A"
(BLK) BLK TO FACE AWAY FROM
PH "B"
WHT TRANSFER SWITCH
CT CONNECTION

(WHT)
PH "B"
(BLK) BLK
PH "C"
(WHT) WHT
PH "C"
(BLK) BLK
46357-T

ATS-Y N1 N2 N3

NC
NO

ATS COM
AUX

NC
ATS-X
E1 E2 E3 NO
COM
The logic for this option is a part of the G/H-panel controller. The
T1
B1
A1

T2
B2
A2

delay time is adjustable from 0 to 30 seconds. Set the timer to 0 ATS-Z

when this option is not desired.


T1 T2 T3

The basic operation of the option is to delay (for the period of


time set) the transfer of the GTS mechanism while a signal relay
(SR) is energized. When the relay is energized, two sets of the dry
contacts (wires 236 and 240, and 237 and 238) are closed. These
dry contacts can be connected to, via a terminal strip located on
the bottom of the subplate. Reference wiring diagram 0F5520 or
0F5036 for further details. The customer connections are made on
terminal strip TB3-1.

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Section 4 Maintenance
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

Figure 3.9 Connect Signal Wires 4.3 LUBRICATION


(Single-phase) Operating parts inside the transfer mechanism have been properly
lubricated at the time of assembly. Under normal conditions, no
additional lubrication should be required. The service technician
should lubricate all recommended points whenever major transfer
mechanism components are replaced.

Use only specified greases to lubricate contac-


tor parts. DO NOT USE ANY SUBSTITUTES.

Use the following lubricants for the:


1. Main Contacts (Between movable contact and busbars).
Dow Corning (Molykote) BR2 Plus (Mfg. by Dow Corning
Co., USA)
Liqui-Moly (Mfg. by DAI TO Co., Ltd., Japan)
2. Operating Mechanism (Used on the actuator and other parts
of the contactors. Excluding the movable contacts).
Mobilgrease 28 (Mfg. by Mobil Oil Co.)
Mobiltemp SHC 32 (Mfg. by Mobil Oil Co.)
Polo Moly Complex Grease #NLG12 (Mfg. by Polo Lubricants,
USA)
Rheolube 363 (Mfg. by Nye Lubricants Inc., USA)
4.1 OPERATE TRANSFER SWITCH
Operate the transfer switch at least once each month. This can be 4.4 MAIN CURRENT CARRYING
done by performing a NORMAL TEST of the system. Because the
System Test switch only simulates failure of the UTILITY power CONTACTS
source, service is interrupted only during the actual transfer of At least once annually, have an Authorized Service Technician
the load. check the main current-carrying contacts in the transfer mecha-
nism. They will repair or replace major components that have been
found defective.
4.2 CLEAN AND INSPECT
TRANSFER SWITCH 4.5 BATTERIES
Protect the transfer switch against construction grit, metal chips, The batteries in the transfer switch controller are of the nickel
excessive moisture and other harmful dirt at all times. At least metal hydride type. The batteries are rechargeable. Replace with
once each year, turn OFF all power supplies to the switch, then Panasonic catalog no. HHR75AAA or equivalent every three (3)
brush and vacuum away dust and dirt that has accumulated inside years.
the enclosure. After cleaning, inspect the transfer switch carefully.
Look for evidence of arcing, burning, hot spots, charring and other
damage. If any of these are found, have the switch assembly
checked by an authorized service technician.

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Section 5 Notes
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

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Section 5 Notes
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (600 - 1000A, NEMA 12)
Drawing No. 0F6963-D

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (600 - 1000A, NEMA 12)
Drawing No. 0F6963-D

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (600 - 1000A, NEMA 3R)
Drawing No. 0F7314-D

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (600 - 1000A, NEMA 3R)
Drawing No. 0F7314-D

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (1200 - 1600A, NEMA 12)
Drawing No. 0F7520-C

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (1200 - 1600A, NEMA 12)
Drawing No. 0F7520-C

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (1200 - 1600A, NEMA 3R)
Drawing No. 0F7521-C

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (1200 - 1600A, NEMA 3R)
Drawing No. 0F7521-C

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (2000 - 2600A, NEMA 12)
Drawing No. 0F8944-C

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (2000 - 2600A, NEMA 12)
Drawing No. 0F8944-C

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (2000 - 2600A, NEMA 3R)
Drawing No. 0F8945-C

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Section 6 Mounting Dimensions (2000 - 2600A, NEMA 3R)
Drawing No. 0F8945-C

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Section 7 Wiring Diagrams & Electrical Schematics
Wiring Diagram - 208/240V Drawing No. 0F7043-B

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Section 7 Wiring Diagrams & Electrical Schematics
Wiring Diagram - 208/240V Drawing No. 0F7043-B

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Section 7 Wiring Diagrams & Electrical Schematics
Electrical Schematic - 208/240V Drawing No. 0F7042-B

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Section 7 Wiring Diagrams & Electrical Schematics
Electrical Schematic - 208/240V Drawing No. 0F7042-B

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Section 7 Wiring Diagrams & Electrical Schematics
Wiring Diagram - 480/600V Drawing No. 0F7045-B

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Section 7 Wiring Diagrams & Electrical Schematics
Wiring Diagram - 480/600V Drawing No. 0F7045-B

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Section 7 Wiring Diagrams & Electrical Schematics
Electrical Schematic - 480/600V Drawing No. 0F7044-B

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Section 7 Wiring Diagrams & Electrical Schematics
Electrical Schematic - 480/600V Drawing No. 0F7044-B

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Section 8 Exploded Views & Parts Lists
Assembly Drawing No. 0F6446-D Page 1

Parts List on page 38.

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Section 8 Exploded Views & Parts Lists
Assembly Drawing No. 0F6446-D Page 2

Parts List on page 38.

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Section 8 Exploded Views & Parts Lists
Assembly Drawing No. 0F6446-D Page 3

ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION

1 0F6610 1 ENCL NEMA 12 36X60X20 43 080433 REF LUG SLDLSS 500-#1X13/32 AL/CU
2 0F5083 1 DECAL HTS TRANSFER SWITCH 063925 REF LUG SLDLSS 500-4/0X17/32 AL/CU
0G3009 1 DECAL HTS T/S 44 074349A 2 SW CVR WN 600A 3P
0G3009A 1 DECAL HTS T/S 074349B 2 SW CVR WN 600A 4P
0G2749 1 DECAL, HTS T/S 074349C 2 SW CVR WN 800/1000A 3P
3 0F4284 1 KEYPAD COMM XFER SW IN-PHASE 074349D 2 SW CVR WN 800/1000A 4P
4 095282 1 DECAL-LIVE CIRCUIT 45 0C8308 2 DECAL TERMINAL SHOCK HAZARD
5 0F4302A 1 ASSY, KEYPAD INTERFACE 48" HTS 46 * 0F6962$ 1 WIRE HARNESS HTS (NOT SHOWN)
6 0F4460 2 SPACER M4/#8 X 5/16 X 1/4 NYL 47 0F6888 1 SUB-PLATE HTS 600-2600A
7 0536210193 1 ASSY WIRE #0 12.00" (GROUND 48 0F6776A 1 DECAL, DIP SWITCH CONFIG
WIRE) 49 0F6776B 1 DECAL, DIP SWITCH CONFIG
8 077228 1 DECAL-ENCLOSURE NOTE 50 063986 4 KNOB,COVER HOLD-DOWN
9 0F5508F 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 600A 51 074351 2 CVR BRKT 600-1600A RH
0F5508G 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 800A 52 074351A 2 CVR BRKT 600-1600A LH
0F5508H DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 1000A 53 074604 1 AUX CONTACT N-TYP SPDT
10 0F5503 1 DECAL SWITCH INFO 54 0F6685 8 TIE-WRAP MOUNT(FIR TREE SYTLE)
11 0D4545 1 DECAL MANUAL OPERATION 55 0C7942 2 HARN STRIP 8"
12 072164 1 MNL HNDL 6-1600A WN 56 0F9340 1 TAG BATTERY DISCONNECT
13 0F4801 1 PLATE MOUNTING PCB ASSEMBLY 57 0G7015 1 TVSS ASSEMBLY 600-2600A
14 0F5926 1 ASSY COVER PCB COM XFER SWTCH 58 0C8095 1 WIRE HARN. STRIP 16"
15 0F5901 1 ASSY COVER COMM XFER SWITCH 100 0C6748 2 NUT HEX LOCK M4-0.7 SS NYL INS
16 0F5180 3 BATTERY AAA 101 038150 3 WASHER FLAT #8 ZINC
17 * 0F4410 1 ASSY PCB COMM TRANSFORMER 102 022264 3 WASHER LOCK #8-M4
18 * 0G5641A 1 ASSY PCB OTS RELAY-COMM XFERSW 103 051715 2 NUT HEX M4-0.7 G8 YEL CHR
19 0F4802 1 BRACKET TOGGLE SWITCH 104 087680 1 NUT WING M6-1.0
20 0D3610 1 DECAL MAINTENANCE DISCONNECT 105 0D6511 12 SPACER .20 X .375 X .375 PL
21 * 055868 1 SWITCH TOGGLE 4PDT 15A SPADE 106 0E6423 12 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M5-0.8 BOX
24 074652 2 TRANSFRM 600V TO 240V 250VA 107 0C2212 4 SCREW PHTT M4-0.7 X 16 ZYC
064932 2 TRANSFRM 480/240V 250VA 108 0A2111 2 SCREW SWAGE #10-32 X 5/16 ZYC
25 * 046357 REF. BLOCK TERM 20A 6 X 6 X 1100V 109 0C2267 8 SCREW HHTT M5-0.8 X 12 BP
26 0F5039 1 LABEL CPL (CT) TB1 110 0A1661 REF. RIVET POP .156 X .675 AL
27 * 027911 REF. RELAY PNL 12VDC DPDT 10A@240VA 111 022152 8 WASHER LOCK #10
28 064510 1 DECAL-TERMINAL NOTE 112 024469 8 SCREW HHTT #10-32 X 3/8 CZ
29 063578 1 PLATE DATA - GTS 113 022302 REF WASHER LOCK 7/16
30 054199 1 DECAL DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE 114 026209 REF. SCREW HHC 7/16-14 X 1-3/4 G5
31 062209 1 DECAL UL LABEL E84929-GTS 115 022509 REF NUT HEX 7/16-14 STEEL
32 083736 1 DECAL-CSA GTS 116 067989 REF. NUT HEX FL WHIZ M8-1.25
33 0D6584 1 ASSY GRD.TERM.1600-2600A 117 063378 8 HOLDER CABLE TIE
34 067210A 1 DECAL GROUND LUG 118 091477 7 RIVET WIRE DUCT MNT
35 * 046689 REF BLOCK TERM 20A 4 X 6 X 1100V 119 0F5272 5 CLAMP CABLE FLAT
36 0F5040 1 LABEL CPL (RS485) TB2 120 042911 3 SCREW HHC M10-1.5 X 30 G8.8
37 075355 1 DECAL SIGNAL BEFORE XFER 121 046526 3 WASHER LOCK M10
38 0D8700 1 ASSY NEUTRAL BLK 600-1000A ATS 123 026902 7 SCREW HHTT #8-32 X 1/4 CZ
39 0A9457 1 DECAL NEUTRAL 125 029333A 2 TIE WRAP UL 7.4" X .19" BLK
40 091472 1 DUCT WIRING 1 X 1.5 (33LG) 126 064101 REF NUT HEX FL WHIZ 3/8-16
41 091472A 1 COVER WIRE DUCT 1 IN (33LG) 127 022195 REF WASHER LOCK 1/2
42 072111 1 XFRSW 600A 3P WN600V 128 022196 REF NUT HEX 1/2-13 STEEL
072117 1 XFRSW 600A 4P WN600V 129 023316 REF SCREW HHC 1/2-13 X 4 G5
072112 1 XFRSW 800A 3P WN600V 130 092980 1 SCREW PPHM M4-0.7 X 25
072118 1 XFRSW 800A 4P WN600V 131 0F7806 7 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M4-0.7
072113 1 XFRSW1000A 3P WN600V
072119 1 XFRSW1000A 4P WN600V * DESIGNATES ITEMS STRUCTURED IN WIRE HARNESS (NOT SHOWN)

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Section 8 Exploded Views & Parts Lists
Assembly Drawing No. 0F7313-D - Page 1

Parts List on page 41.

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Section 8 Exploded Views & Parts Lists
Assembly Drawing No. 0F7313-D - Page 2

Parts List on page 41.

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Section 8 Exploded Views & Parts Lists
Assembly Drawing No. 0F7313-D - Page 3

ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION

1 0F7312 1 ENCL NEMA 3R 36 X 66 X 20 43 080433 REF LUG SLDLSS 500-#1X13/32 AL/CU


2 0F7145 1 DECAL HTS TRANSFER SW NEMA 3R 063925 REF LUG SLDLSS 500-4/0X17/32 AL/CU
0G3010 1 DECAL HTS T/S N3R 44 074349A 2 SW CVR WN 600A 3P
0G3010A 1 DECAL HTS T/S N3R 074349B 2 SW CVR WN 600A 4P
0G2774 1 DECAL HTS (XR)TRANS SW NEMA 3R 074349C 2 SW CVR WN 800/1000A 3P
3 0F4284 1 KEYPAD COMM XFER SW IN-PHASE 074349D 2 SW CVR WN 800/1000A 4P
4 095282 1 DECAL-LIVE CIRCUIT 45 0C8308 2 DECAL TERMINAL SHOCK HAZARD
5 0F4302A 1 ASSY, KEYPAD INTERFACE 48" HTS 46 * 0F6962$ 1 WIRE HARNESS HTS (NOT SHOWN)
6 0F4460 2 SPACER M4/#8 X 5/16 X 1/4 NYL 47 0F6888 1 SUB-PLATE HTS 600-2600A
7 0536210193 1 ASSY WIRE #0 12.00" (GROUND 48 0F6776A 1 DECAL, DIP SWITCH CONFIG
WIRE) 49 0F6776B 1 DECAL, DIP SWITCH CONFIG
8 0E8594 1 DECAL ENCL NOTE NEMA 3R 50 063986 4 KNOB,COVER HOLD-DOWN
9 0F5508F 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 600A 51 074351 2 CVR BRKT 600-1600A RH
0F5508G 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 800A 52 074351A 2 CVR BRKT 600-1600A LH
0F5508H DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 1000A 53 074604 1 AUX CONTACT N-TYP SPDT
10 0F5503 1 DECAL SWITCH INFO 54 0F6685 8 TIE-WRAP MOUNT(FIR TREE SYTLE)
11 0D4545 1 DECAL MANUAL OPERATION 55 0C7942 2 HARN STRIP 8"
12 072164 1 MNL HNDL 6-1600A WN 56 0F9340 1 TAG BATTERY DISCONNECT
13 0F4801 1 PLATE MOUNTING PCB ASSEMBLY 57 0G7015 1 TVSS ASSEMBLY 600-2600A
14 0F5926 1 ASSY COVER PCB COM XFER SWTCH 58 0C8095 1 WIRE HARN. STRIP 16"
15 0F5901 1 ASSY COVER COMM XFER SWITCH 100 0C6748 2 NUT HEX LOCK M4-0.7 SS NYL INS
16 0F5180 3 BATTERY AAA 101 038150 3 WASHER FLAT #8 ZINC
17 * 0F4410 1 ASSY PCB COMM TRANSFORMER 102 022264 3 WASHER LOCK #8-M4
18 * 0F5641A 1 ASSY PCB OTS RELAY-COMM XFERSW 103 051715 2 NUT HEX M4-0.7 G8 YEL CHR
19 0F4802 1 BRACKET TOGGLE SWITCH 104 087680 1 NUT WING M6-1.0
20 0D3610 1 DECAL MAINTENANCE DISCONNECT 105 0D6511 12 SPACER .20 X .375 X .375 PL
21 * 055868 1 SWITCH TOGGLE 4PDT 15A SPADE 106 0E6423 12 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M5-0.8 BOX
24 074652 2 TRANSFRM 600V TO 240V 250VA 107 0C2212 4 SCREW PHTT M4-0.7 X 16 ZYC
064932 2 TRANSFRM 480/240V 250VA 108 0A2111 2 SCREW SWAGE #10-32 X 5/16 ZYC
25 * 046357 REF. BLOCK TERM 20A 6 X 6 X 1100V 109 0C2267 8 SCREW HHTT M5-0.8 X 12 BP
26 0F5039 1 LABEL CPL (CT) TB1 110 0A1661 REF. RIVET POP .156 X .675 AL
27 * 027911 REF. RELAY PNL 12VDC DPDT 10A@240VA 111 022152 8 WASHER LOCK #10
28 064510 1 DECAL-TERMINAL NOTE 112 024469 8 SCREW HHTT #10-32 X 3/8 CZ
29 063578 1 PLATE DATA - GTS 113 022302 REF WASHER LOCK 7/16
30 054199 1 DECAL DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE 114 026209 REF. SCREW HHC 7/16-14 X 1-3/4 G5
31 062209 1 DECAL UL LABEL E84929-GTS 115 022509 REF NUT HEX 7/16-14 STEEL
32 083736 1 DECAL-CSA GTS 116 067989 REF. NUT HEX FL WHIZ M8-1.25
33 0D6584 1 ASSY GRD.TERM.1600-2600A 117 063378 8 HOLDER CABLE TIE
34 067210A 1 DECAL GROUND LUG 118 091477 7 RIVET WIRE DUCT MNT
35 * 046689 REF BLOCK TERM 20A 4 X 6 X 1100V 119 0F5272 5 CLAMP CABLE FLAT
36 0F5040 1 LABEL CPL (RS485) TB2 120 042911 3 SCREW HHC M10-1.5 X 30 G8.8
37 075355 1 DECAL SIGNAL BEFORE XFER 121 046526 3 WASHER LOCK M10
38 0D8700 1 ASSY NEUTRAL BLK 600-1000A ATS 123 026902 7 SCREW HHTT #8-32 X 1/4 CZ
39 0A9457 1 DECAL NEUTRAL 125 029333A 2 TIE WRAP UL 7.4" X .19" BLK
40 091472 1 DUCT WIRING 1 X 1.5 (33LG) 126 064101 4 NUT HEX FL WHIZ 3/8-16
41 091472A 1 COVER WIRE DUCT 1 IN (33LG) 127 022195 REF WASHER LOCK 1/2
42 072111 1 XFRSW 600A 3P WN600V 128 022196 REF NUT HEX 1/2-13 STEEL
072117 1 XFRSW 600A 4P WN600V 129 023316 REF SCREW HHC 1/2-13 X 4 G5
072112 1 XFRSW 800A 3P WN600V 130 092980 1 SCREW PPHM M4-0.7 X 25
072118 1 XFRSW 800A 4P WN600V 131 0F7806 2 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M4-0.7
072113 1 XFRSW1000A 3P WN600V
072119 1 XFRSW1000A 4P WN600V * DESIGNATES ITEMS STRUCTURED IN WIRE HARNESS (NOT SHOWN)

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Assembly Drawing No. 0F7515-D - Page 1

Parts List on page 44.

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Assembly Drawing No. 0F7515-D - Page 2

Parts List on page 44.

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Assembly Drawing No. 0F7515-D - Page 3

ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION

1 0F7509 1 ENCL NEMA 12 HTS 48 X 72 X 24 42 072124 1 XFRSW 1200A 3P WN600V


2 0F5083 1 DECAL HTS TRANSFER SWITCH 072125 1 XFRSW 1200A 4P WN600V
0G3009 1 DECAL HTS T/S 072114 1 XFRSW 1600A 3P WN600V
0G3009A 1 DECAL HTS T/S 072120 1 XFRSW 1600A 4P WN600V
0G2749 1 DECAL, HTS T/S 43 063963 REF LUG SLDLSS 750-1/2 X 13/32 AL/CU
3 0F4284 1 KEYPAD COMM XFER SW IN-PHASE 44 074349E 2 SW CVR 1200/1600A 3P
4 095282 1 DECAL-LIVE CIRCUIT 074349F 2 SW CVR 1200/1600A 4P
5 0F4302A 1 ASSY KEYPAD INTERFACE 32" HTS 45 0C8308 2 DECAL TERMINAL SHOCK HAZARD
6 0F4460 2 SPACER M4/#8 X 5/16 X 1/4 NYL 46 * 0F7517$ 1 HARNESS HTS 1200-1600A (NOT
7 0536210193 1 ASSY WIRE #0 12.00" (GROUND SHOWN)
WIRE) 47 0F6888 1 SUB-PLATE HTS 600-2600A
8 077228 1 DECAL-ENCLOSURE NOTE 48 0F6776A 1 DECAL DIP SWITCH CONFIG PCB
9 0F5508J 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 1200A COVER
0F5508K 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 1600A 49 0F6776B 1 DECAL DIP SWITCH CONFIG ENCL
10 0F5503 1 DECAL SWITCH INFO 50 063986 4 KNOB COVER HOLD-DOWN
11 074525 1 DECAL MANUAL OPERATION 51 074351 2 COVER BRACKET 600-1600A RH
12 072164 1 MNL HNDL 6-1600A WN (SUPPLIED 52 074351A 2 COVER BRACKET 600-1600A LH
W/SW) 54 0F6685 8 TIE-WRAP MOUNT(FIR TREE SYTLE)
13 0F4801 1 PLATE MOUNTING PCB ASSEMBLY 55 0C8095 1 WIRE HARN. STRIP 16"
14 0F5926 1 ASSY COVER PCB COM XFER SWTCH 56 0F9340 1 TAG BATTERY DISCONNECT
15 0F5901 1 ASSY COVER COMM XFER SWITCH 57 0C7942 1 HARN STRIP 8"
16 0F5180 3 BATTERY AAA 58 0G7015 1 TVSS ASSEMBLY 600-2600A
17 * 0F4410 1 ASSY PCB COMM TRANSFORMER 100 0C6748 2 NUT HEX LOCK M4-0.7 SS NYL INS
18 * 0F5641A 1 ASSY PCB OTS RELAY-COMM XFERSW 101 0F7806 11 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M4-0.7
19 0F4802 1 BRACKET TOGGLE SWITCH 104 087680 1 NUT WING M6-1.0
20 0D3610 1 DECAL MAINTENANCE DISCONNECT 105 0D6511 12 SPACER .20 X .375 X .375 PL
21 * 055868 1 SWITCH TOGGLE 4PDT 15A SPADE 106 0E6423 12 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M5-0.8
24 074653 2 TRANSFRM 600V TO 240V 350VA 107 0C2212 4 SCREW PHTT M4-0.7 X 16 ZYC
064929 2 TRANSFRM 240/480V-120/480V 108 0A2111 2 SCREW SWAGE #10-32 X 5/16 ZYC
25 * 046357 REF BLOCK TERM 20A 6 X 6 X 1100V 109 0C2267 8 SCREW HHTT M5-0.8 X 12 BP
26 0F5039 1 LABEL CPL (CT) TB1 110 0A1661 REF RIVET POP .156 X .675 AL
27 * 027911 REF RELAY PNL 12VDC DPDT 10A@240VA 111 022152 8 WASHER LOCK #10
28 064510 1 DECAL-TERMINAL NOTE 112 024469 8 SCREW HHTT #10-32 X 3/8 CZ
29 063578 1 PLATE DATA - GTS 113 022237 REF WASHER LOCK 3/8
30 054199 1 DECAL DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE 114 022258 REF SCREW HHC 3/8-16 X 2 G5
31 062209 1 DECAL UL LABEL E84929-GTS 115 022241 REF NUT HEX 3/8-16 STEEL
32 083736 1 DECAL-CSA GTS 116 067989 REF NUT HEX FL WHIZ M8-1.25
33 0D6584 1 ASSY GRD.TERM.1600-2600A 117 063378 8 HOLDER CABLE TIE
34 067210A 1 DECAL GROUND LUG 118 091477 7 RIVET WIRE DUCT MNT
35 * 046689 REF BLOCK TERM 20A 4 X 6 X 1100V 119 0F5272 5 CLAMP CABLE FLAT
36 0F5040 1 LABEL CPL (RS485) TB2 120 042911 4 SCREW HHC M10-1.5 X 30 G8.8
37 075355 1 DECAL SIGNAL BEFORE XFER 121 046526 4 WASHER LOCK M10
38 0D4203 1 ASSY NEUTRAL BLOCK 1600A ATS 123 026902 7 SCREW HHTT #8-32 X 1/4 CZ
39 0A9457 1 DECAL NEUTRAL 125 029333A 2 TIE WRAP UL 7.4"X .19" BLK
40 091472 1 DUCT WIRING 1 X 1.5 (45 LG) 126 064101 REF NUT HEX FL WHIZ 3/8-16
41 091472A 1 COVER WIRE DUCT 1 IN (45 LG)

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Assembly Drawing No. 0F7516-D - Page 1

Parts List on page 47.

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Assembly Drawing No. 0F7516-D - Page 2

Parts List on page 47.

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Assembly Drawing No. 0F7516-D - Page 3

ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION

1 0F7510 1 ENCL NEMA 3R HTS 48 X 72 X 24 42 072124 1 XFRSW 1200A 3P WN600V


2 0F7145 1 DECAL HTS TRANSFER SW NEMA 3R 072125 1 XFRSW 1200A 4P WN600V
0G3010 1 DECAL HTS T/S N3R 072114 1 XFRSW 1600A 3P WN600V
0G3010A 1 DECAL HTS T/S N3R 072120 1 XFRSW 1600A 4P WN600V
0G2774 1 DECAL HTS (XR)TRANS SW NEMA 3R 43 063963 REF LUG SLDLSS 750-1/2 X 13/32 AL/CU
3 0F4284 1 KEYPAD COMM XFER SW IN-PHASE 44 074349E 2 SW CVR 1200/1600A 3P
4 095282 1 DECAL-LIVE CIRCUIT 074349F 2 SW CVR 1200/1600A 4P
5 0F4302A 1 ASSY KEYPAD INTERFACE 32" HTS 45 0C8308 2 DECAL TERMINAL SHOCK HAZARD
6 0F4460 2 SPACER M4/#8 X 5/16 X 1/4 NYL 46 * 0F7517$ 1 HARNESS HTS 1200-1600A (NOT
7 0536210193 1 ASSY WIRE #0 12.00" (GROUND SHOWN)
WIRE) 47 0F6888 1 SUB-PLATE HTS 600-2600A
8 0E8594 1 DECAL ENCL NOTE NEMA 3R 48 0F6776A 1 DECAL DIP SWITCH CONFIG PCB
9 0F5508J 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 1200A COVER
0F5508K 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 1600A 49 0F6776B 1 DECAL DIP SWITCH CONFIG ENCL
10 0F5503 1 DECAL SWITCH INFO 50 063986 4 KNOB COVER HOLD-DOWN
11 074525 1 DECAL MANUAL OPERATION 51 074351 2 COVER BRACKET 600-1600A RH
12 072164 1 MNL HNDL 6-1600A WN (SUPPLIED 52 074351A 2 COVER BRACKET 600-1600A LH
W/SW) 54 0F6685 8 TIE-WRAP MOUNT(FIR TREE SYTLE)
13 0F4801 1 PLATE MOUNTING PCB ASSEMBLY 55 0C8095 1 WIRE HARN. STRIP 16"
14 0F5926 1 ASSY COVER PCB COM XFER SWTCH 56 0F9340 3 TAG BATTERY DISCONNECT
15 0F5901 1 ASSY COVER COMM XFER SWITCH 57 0C7942 1 HARN STRIP 8"
16 0F5180 3 BATTERY AAA 58 0G7015 1 TVSS ASSEMBLY 600-2600A
17 * 0F4410 1 ASSY PCB COMM TRANSFORMER 100 0C6748 2 NUT HEX LOCK M4-0.7 SS NYL INS
18 * 0F5641A 1 ASSY PCB OTS RELAY-COMM XFERSW 101 0F7806 11 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M4-0.7
19 0F4802 1 BRACKET TOGGLE SWITCH 104 087680 1 NUT WING M6-1.0
20 0D3610 1 DECAL MAINTENANCE DISCONNECT 105 0D6511 12 SPACER .20 X .375 X .375 PL
21 * 055868 1 SWITCH TOGGLE 4PDT 15A SPADE 106 0E6423 12 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M5-0.8
24 074653 2 TRANSFRM 600V TO 240V 350VA 107 0C2212 4 SCREW PHTT M4-0.7 X 16 ZYC
064929 2 TRANSFRM 240/480V-120/480V 108 0A2111 2 SCREW SWAGE #10-32 X 5/16 ZYC
25 * 046357 REF BLOCK TERM 20A 6 X 6 X 1100V 109 0C2267 8 SCREW HHTT M5-0.8 X 12 BP
26 0F5039 1 LABEL CPL (CT) TB1 110 0A1661 REF RIVET POP .156 X .675 AL
27 * 027911 REF RELAY PNL 12VDC DPDT 10A@240VA 111 022152 8 WASHER LOCK #10
28 064510 1 DECAL-TERMINAL NOTE 112 024469 8 SCREW HHTT #10-32 X 3/8 CZ
29 063578 1 PLATE DATA - GTS 113 022237 REF WASHER LOCK 3/8
30 054199 1 DECAL DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE 114 022258 REF SCREW HHC 3/8-16 X 2 G5
31 062209 1 DECAL UL LABEL E84929-GTS 115 022241 REF NUT HEX 3/8-16 STEEL
32 083736 1 DECAL-CSA GTS 116 067989 REF NUT HEX FL WHIZ M8-1.25
33 0D6584 1 ASSY GRD.TERM.1600-2600A 117 063378 8 HOLDER CABLE TIE
34 067210A 1 DECAL GROUND LUG 118 091477 7 RIVET WIRE DUCT MNT
35 * 046689 REF BLOCK TERM 20A 4 X 6 X 1100V 119 0F5272 5 CLAMP CABLE FLAT
36 0F5040 1 LABEL CPL (RS485) TB2 120 042911 4 SCREW HHC M10-1.5 X 30 G8.8
37 075355 1 DECAL SIGNAL BEFORE XFER 121 046526 4 WASHER LOCK M10
38 0D4203 1 ASSY NEUTRAL BLOCK 1600A ATS 123 026902 7 SCREW HHTT #8-32 X 1/4 CZ
39 0A9457 1 DECAL NEUTRAL 125 029333A 2 TIE WRAP UL 7.4"X .19" BLK
40 091472 1 DUCT WIRING 1 X 1.5 (45 LG) 126 064101 REF NUT HEX FL WHIZ 3/8-16
41 091472A 1 COVER WIRE DUCT 1 IN (45 LG)

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Assembly Drawing No. 0F8939-E - Page 1

Parts List on page 50.

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Assembly Drawing No. 0F8939-E - Page 2

Parts List on page 50.

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Assembly Drawing No. 0F8939-E - Page 3

ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION

1 0F8934 1 AV HTS 2000-2600A NEMA12 43 0F8932A 2 BRKT SWITCH 2000A 3P


2 0F5083 1 DECAL HTS TRANSFER SWITCH 0F8932B 2 BRKT SWITCH 2000A 4P-2600A 3P
0G3009 1 DECAL HTS T/S 0F8932C 2 BRKT SWITCH 2600A 4P
0G3009A 1 DECAL HTS T/S 44 0D6391 1 SHIELD TRANSFER SW 2000-2600A
0G2749 1 DECAL, HTS T/S 45 0C8308 2 DECAL TERMINAL SHOCK HAZARD
3 0F4284 1 KEYPAD COMM XFER SW IN-PHASE 46 * 0F8941$ 1 WIRE HARNESS HTS 2000-2600A
4 095282 1 DECAL-LIVE CIRCUIT (NOT SHOWN)
5 0F4302A 1 ASSY KEYPAD INTERFACE 32" HTS 47 0F6888 1 SUB-PLATE HTS 600-2600A
6 0F4460 2 SPACER M4/#8 X 5/16 X 1/4 NYL 48 0F6776A 1 DECAL DIP SWITCH CONFIG PCB
7 0536210193 1 ASSY WIRE #0 12.00" (GROUND COVER
WIRE) 49 0F6776B 1 DECAL DIP SWITCH CONFIG ENCL
8 077228 1 DECAL-ENCLOSURE NOTE 53 074672A 1 SWITCH MICRO DPDT SEL & AUX 2PL
9 0F5508L 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 2000A 55 0C8095 1 WIRE HARN. STRIP 16"
0F5508M 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 2600A 56 0C7942 4 HARN STRIP 8"
10 0F5503 1 DECAL SWITCH INFO 57 0F9340 1 TAG BATTERY DISCONNECT
11 074525 1 DECAL MANUAL OPERATION 58 0G7015 1 TVSS ASSEMBLY 600-2600A
12 072164 1 MNL HNDL 6-1600A WN (SUPPLIED 100 0C6748 2 NUT HEX LOCK M4-0.7 SS NYL INS
W/SW) 101 0F7806 13 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M4-0.7
13 0F4801 1 PLATE MOUNTING PCB ASSEMBLY 102 038150 2 WASHER FLAT #8 ZINC
14 0F5926 1 ASSY COVER PCB COM XFER SWTCH 103 022264 2 WASHER LOCK #8-M4
15 0F5901 1 ASSY COVER COMM XFER SWITCH 104 087680 1 NUT WING M6-1.0
16 0F5180 3 BATTERY AAA 105 0D6511 12 SPACER .20 X .375 X .375 PL
17 * 0F4410 1 ASSY PCB COMM TRANSFORMER 106 0E6423 12 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M5-0.8
18 * 0G5641A 1 ASSY PCB OTS RELAY-COMM XFERSW 107 0C2212 4 SCREW PHTT M4-0.7 X 16 ZYC
19 0F4802 1 BRACKET TOGGLE SWITCH 108 0A2111 2 SCREW SWAGE #10-32 X 5/16 ZYC
20 0D3610 1 DECAL MAINTENANCE DISCONNECT 109 0C2267 8 SCREW HHTT M5-0.8 X 12 BP
21 * 055868 1 SWITCH TOGGLE 4PDT 15A SPADE 110 0A1661 REF RIVET POP .156 X .675 AL
24 074654 2 TRANSFRM 600V TO 240V 500VA 111 092980 2 SCREW PPHM M4-0.7 X 25
064933 2 TRANSFRM 240/480V-120/480V 113 022237 4 WASHER LOCK 3/8
25 * 046357 REF BLOCK TERM 20A 6 X 6 X 1100V 114 022195 4 WASHER LOCK 1/2
26 0F5039 1 LABEL CPL (CT) TB1 115 022196 4 NUT HEX 1/2-13 STEEL
27 * 027911 REF RELAY PNL 12VDC DPDT 10A@240VA 116 067989 2 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M8-1.25
28 064510 1 DECAL-TERMINAL NOTE 117 063378 8 HOLDER CABLE TIE
29 063578 1 PLATE DATA - GTS 118 091477 5 RIVET WIRE DUCT MNT
30 054199 1 DECAL DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE 119 0F5272 12 CLAMP CABLE FLAT
31 062209 1 DECAL UL LABEL E84929-GTS 122 022304 8 WASHER FLAT 1/2 ZINC
32 083736 1 DECAL-CSA GTS 123 0A5768 10 WASHER FLAT M10 HEAVY DUTY
33 0D6584 1 ASSY GRD.TERM.1600-2600A 124 048610 4 SCREW HHC 1/2-13 X 1 G5
34 067210A 1 DECAL GROUND LUG 125 029333A 2 TIE WRAP UL 7.4" X .19" BLK
35 * 046689 REF BLOCK TERM 20A 4 X 6 X 1100V 126 064101 REF NUT HEX FL WHIZ 3/8-16
36 0F5040 1 LABEL CPL (RS485) TB2 127 022131 4 WASHER FLAT 3/8-M10 ZINC
37 075355 1 DECAL SIGNAL BEFORE XFER 128 0C6937A 4 INSULATOR STANDOFF 3200V3/8-16
38 0D4203 1 ASSY NEUTRAL BLOCK 1600A ATS 129 029745 4 SCREW HHC 3/8-16 X 1 G5
39 0A9457 1 DECAL NEUTRAL 130 022473 4 WASHER FLAT 1/4-M6 ZINC
40 091472 1 DUCT WIRING 1 X 1.5 (138 LG) 131 025870 4 NUT WING 1/4-20
41 091472A 1 COVER WIRE DUCT 1 IN (138 LG)
42 072115 1 XFRSW 2000A 3P WN600V
072121 1 XFRSW 2000A 4P WN600V
072116 1 XFRSW 2600A 3P WN600V
072122 1 XFRSW 2600A 4P WN600V

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Assembly Drawing No. 0F8940-E - Page 1

Parts List on page 53.

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Section 8 Exploded Views & Parts Lists
Assembly Drawing No. 0F8940-E - Page 2

Parts List on page 53.

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Assembly Drawing No. 0F8940-E - Page 3

ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION

1 0F8933 1 ENCL NEMA 3R HTS 48 X 80 X 48 43 08932A 2 BRKT SWITCH 2000A 3P


2 0F7145 1 DECAL HTS TRANSFER SW NEMA 3R 08932B 2 BRKT SWITCH 2000A 4P-2600A 3P
0G3010 1 DECAL HTS T/S N3R 08932C 2 BRKT SWITCH 2600A 4P
0G3010A 1 DECAL HTS T/S N3R 44 0D6391 1 SHIELD TRANSFER SW 2000-2600A
0G2774 1 DECAL HTS (XR)TRANS SW NEMA 3R 45 0C8308 2 DECAL TERMINAL SHOCK HAZARD
3 0F4284 1 KEYPAD COMM XFER SW IN-PHASE 46 * 0F8941$ 1 WIRE HARNESS HTS 2000-2600A
4 095282 1 DECAL-LIVE CIRCUIT (NOT SHOWN)
5 0F4302A 1 ASSY KEYPAD INTERFACE 32" HTS 47 0F6888 1 SUB-PLATE HTS 600-2600A
6 0F4460 2 SPACER M4/#8 X 5/16 X 1/4 NYL 48 0F6776A 1 DECAL DIP SWITCH CONFIG PCB
7 0536210193 1 ASSY WIRE #0 12.00" (GROUND COVER
WIRE) 49 0F6776B 1 DECAL DIP SWITCH CONFIG ENCL
8 0E8594 1 DECAL ENCL NOTE NEMA 3R 53 074672A 1 SWITCH MICRO DPDT SEL & AUX 2PL
9 0F5508L 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 2000A 55 0C8095 1 WIRE HARN STRIP 16"
0F5508M 1 DECAL HTS TEST SEQUENCE 2600A 56 0C7942 4 HARN STRIP 8"
10 0F5503 1 DECAL SWITCH INFO 57 0F9340 1 TAG BATTERY DISCONNECT
11 074525 1 DECAL MANUAL OPERATION 58 0G7015 1 TVSS ASSEMBLY 600-2600A
12 074327 1 HANDLE-WN 2000-2600A (SUPPLIED 100 0C6748 2 NUT HEX LOCK M4-0.7 SS NYL INS
W/SW) 101 0F7806 21 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M4-0.7
13 0F4801 1 PLATE MOUNTING PCB ASSEMBLY 102 038150 2 WASHER FLAT #8 ZINC
14 0F5926 1 ASSY COVER PCB COM XFER SWTCH 103 022264 2 WASHER LOCK #8-M4
15 0F5901 1 ASSY COVER COMM XFER SWITCH 104 087680 1 NUT WING M6-1.0
16 0F5180 3 BATTERY AAA 105 0D6511 12 SPACER .20 X .375 X .375 PL
17 * 0F4410 1 ASSY PCB COMM TRANSFORMER 106 0E6423 12 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M5-0.8
18 * 0F5641A 1 ASSY PCB OTS RELAY-COMM XFERSW 107 0C2212 4 SCREW PHTT M4-0.7 X 16 ZYC
19 0F4802 1 BRACKET TOGGLE SWITCH 108 0A2111 2 SCREW SWAGE #10-32 X 5/16 ZYC
20 0D3610 1 DECAL MAINTENANCE DISCONNECT 109 0C2267 8 SCREW HHTT M5-0.8 X 12 BP
21 * 055868 1 SWITCH TOGGLE 4PDT 15A SPADE 110 0A1661 REF RIVET POP .156 X .675 AL
24 074654 2 TRANSFRM 600V TO 240V 500VA 111 092980 2 SCREW PPHM M4-0.7 X 25
064933 2 TRANSFRM 240/480V-120/480V 113 022237 4 WASHER LOCK 3/8
25 * 046357 REF BLOCK TERM 20A 6 X 6 X 1100V 114 022195 4 WASHER LOCK 1/2
26 0F5039 1 LABEL CPL (CT) TB1 115 022196 4 NUT HEX 1/2-13 STEEL
27 * 027911 REF RELAY PNL 12VDC DPDT 10A@240VA 116 067989 2 NUT HEX FL WHIZ M8-1.25
28 064510 1 DECAL-TERMINAL NOTE 117 063378 8 HOLDER CABLE TIE
29 063578 1 PLATE DATA - GTS 118 091477 5 RIVET WIRE DUCT MNT
30 054199 1 DECAL DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE 119 0F5272 12 CLAMP CABLE FLAT
31 062209 1 DECAL UL LABEL E84929-GTS 122 022304 8 WASHER FLAT 1/2 ZINC
32 083736 1 DECAL-CSA GTS 123 0A5768 10 WASHER FLAT M10 HEAVY DUTY
33 0D6584 1 ASSY GRD.TERM.1600-2600A 124 048610 4 SCREW HHC 1/2-13 X 1 G5
34 067210A 1 DECAL GROUND LUG 125 029333A 2 TIE WRAP UL 7.4" X .19" BLK
35 * 046689 REF BLOCK TERM 20A 4 X 6 X 1100V 126 064101 REF NUT HEX FL WHIZ 3/8-16
36 0F5040 1 LABEL CPL (RS485) TB2 127 022131 4 WASHER FLAT 3/8-M10 ZINC
37 075355 1 DECAL SIGNAL BEFORE XFER 128 0C6937A 4 INSULATOR STANDOFF 3200V3/8-16
38 0D4515 1 ASSY NEUTRAL BLOCK 26OOA 129 029745 4 SCREW HHC 3/8-16 X 1 G5
39 0A9457 1 DECAL NEUTRAL 130 022473 4 WASHER FLAT 1/4-M6 ZINC
40 091472 1 DUCT WIRING 1 X 1.5 (138 LG) 131 025870 4 NUT WING 1/4-20
41 091472A 1 COVER WIRE DUCT 1 IN (138 LG)
42 072115 1 XFRSW 2000A 3P WN600V
072121 1 XFRSW 2000A 4P WN600V
072116 1 XFRSW 2600A 3P WN600V
072122 1 XFRSW 2600A 4P WN600V

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Section 9 Warranty
HTS Wn Type Transfer Switch

GENERAC POWER SYSTEMS STANDARD TWO-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY


FOR GENERAC STATIONARY EMERGENCY TRANSFER SWITCH SYSTEMS
NOTE: ALL UNITS MUST HAVE A START-UP INSPECTION PERFORMED BY AN AUTHORIZED GENERAC DEALER.
For a period of two (2) years or two thousand (2,000) hours of operation from the date of start-up, which ever occurs first, Generac Power Systems,
Inc. will, at its option, repair or replace any part(s) which, upon examination, inspection, and testing by Generac Power Systems or an Authorized/
Certified Generac Power Systems Dealer, or branch thereof, is found to be defective under normal use and service, in accordance with the warranty
schedule set forth below. Any equipment that the purchaser/owner claims to be defective must be examined by the nearest Authorized/Certified
Generac Power Systems Dealer, or branch thereof. This warranty applies only to Generac Power Systems Transfer Switch used in "Stationary
Emergency" applications, as Generac Power Systems, Inc. has defined Transfer Switch applications, provided said generator has been initially
installed and/or inspected on-site by an Authorized/Certified Generac Power Systems Dealer, or branch thereof. Scheduled maintenance, as outlined
by the generator owner's manual, must be performed by an Authorized/Certified Generac Power Systems Dealer, or branch thereof. This will verify
service has been performed on the unit throughout the warranty period. This warranty is limited to and available only on Liquid-cooled units.
WARRANTY SCHEDULE
YEAR ONE One hundred percent (100%) coverage on mileage, labor, and parts listed.
ALL COMPONENTS
YEAR TWO One hundred percent (100%) coverage on parts listed.
ALL COMPONENTS PARTS ONLY
Guidelines:
Warranty only applies to permanently wired and mounted units.
Any and all warranty repairs and/or concerns, must be performed and/or addressed by an Authorized/Certified Generac Power Systems Dealer, or
branch thereof.
A Generac Power Systems, Inc. Transfer Switch is highly recommended to be used in conjunction with the generator set. If a Non-Generac Power
Systems, Inc. Transfer Switch is substituted for use and directly causes damage to the generator set, no warranty coverage shall apply.
All warranty expense allowances are subject to the conditions defined in Generac Power Systems Warranty, Policies, Procedures and Flat Rate
Manual.
Units that have been resold are not covered under the Generac Power Systems Warranty, as this Warranty is not transferable except with change
of ownership of original structure.
Unit enclosure is only covered during the first year of the warranty provision.
Use of Non-Generac replacement part(s) will void the warranty in its entirety.
Engine coolant heaters (block-heaters), heater controls and circulating pumps are only covered during the first year of the warranty provision.
THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT APPLY TO THE FOLLOWING:
1. Any unit built/manufactured prior to July 1, 2004.
2. Costs of normal maintenance (i.e. tune-ups, associated part(s), adjustments, loose/leaking clamps, installation and start-up).
3. Any failure caused by contaminated fuels, oils, coolants/antifreeze or lack of proper fuels, oils or coolants/antifreeze.
4. Units sold, rated or used for "Prime Power", "Trailer Mounted" or "Rental Unit" applications as Generac Power Systems has defined Prime Power,
Trailer Mounted or Rental Unit. Contact a Generac Power Systems Distributor for Prime Power, Trailer Mounted or Rental Unit definition.
5. Failures caused by any act of God and other force majeure events beyond the manufactures control.
6. Products that are modified or altered in a manner not authorized by Generac Power Systems in writing.
7. Failures due, but not limited to, normal wear and tear, accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, or improper installation or sizing.
8. Any incidental, consequential or indirect damages caused by defects in materials or workmanship, or any delay in repair or replacement of the
defective part(s).
9. Damage related to rodent and/or insect infestation.
10. Failure due to misapplication, misrepresentation, or bi-fuel conversion.
11. Telephone, facsimile, cellular phone, satellite, Internet, or any other communication expenses.
12. Rental equipment used while warranty repairs are being performed (i.e. rental generators, cranes, etc.).
13. Overtime, holiday, or emergency labor.
14. Modes of transportation deemed abnormal (refer to Generac Power Systems Warranty, Policies, Procedures and Flat Rate Manual).
15. Steel enclosures that are rusting due to improper installation, location in a harsh or saltwater environment or scratched where integrity of paint
applied is compromised.
16. Any and all expenses incurred investigating performance complaints unless defective Generac materials and/or workmanship were the direct
cause of the problem.
17. Starting batteries, fuses, light bulbs, engine fluids, and overnight freight cost for replacement part(s).
THIS WARRANTY IS IN PLACE OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, SPECIFICALLY, GENERAC POWER SYSTEMS MAKES NO
OTHER WARRANTIES AS TO THE MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Any implied warranties which are allowed by
law, shall be limited in duration to the terms of the express warranty provided herein. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to purchaser/owner.
GENERAC POWER SYSTEMS ONLY LIABILITY SHALL BE THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF PART(S) AS STATED ABOVE. IN NO EVENT SHALL
GENERAC POWER SYSTEMS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF SUCH DAMAGES ARE A DIRECT
RESULT OF GENERAC POWER SYSTEMS, INC. NEGLIGENCE.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to purchaser/
owner. Purchaser/owner agrees to make no claims against Generac Power Systems, Inc. based on negligence. This warranty gives
purchaser/owner specific legal rights. Purchaser/owner also may have other rights that vary from state to state.
Generac Power Systems, Inc. P.O. Box 8 Waukesha, WI 53187
Ph: (262) 544-4811 Fax: (262) 544-4851
1-888-GENERAC (1-888-436-3722)
Bulletin 0166260SBY / Printed in U.S.A. 12.08
Part No. 0F6964 Revision D (03/06/09) Printed in U.S.A.